Symphony became L Nitesh Kumar’s devotion to God

“When the melody of music takes to the transcendental world, it’s a devotion to the Almighty” , splashes National Scholar in Hindustani classical vocal music from Ministry Of Culture, India, an Indian Bhajan and Ghazal singer, L.Nitesh kumar. His dedication and love for music finds its seeds in formative years of his life and legendary Ghazal Singer Mehdi Hasan and Bhajan Singer Padmashree Anup Jalota became his inspiration.

Considering that Guru shishya parampara is the only way to find highest forms of learning he became a senior disciple of Padmashree Anup Jalota.

Nitesh ji believes that the symphony of music has the power to heal the souls and through contemplation one can step forward on the path to feel the presence of God within us.

No one knows that a physics graduate can be an vocalist someday. He is also interested in music directing and simultaneously he plays many music instruments like harmonium,Flute,Tabla, Piano, and so on.

He is a much sought after artist and singer for leading music companies in India such as T-Series , Shemaroo Music ,Ultra music, Wings music, Worldwide Records, Gobindas etc. He sang & composed the title track of “Jaan Bhi Jahan Bhi” on Doordarshan Uttar Pradesh.

Nitesh ji believed in spiritual learning and music is a way forward to get those learning’s in contemplated form. Performing at various prestigious Programmes like Mukteswar Dance Festival, Bhubaneswar, Whole Night Classical Programme. Bhubaneswar, CCRT, New Delhi

izulu Theatre, South Africa / Ghazal Mehfil, Dubai. / Jalota Foundation Awards ceremony, Nehru Centre, Mumbai./ Solapur Fest

and many more. He feels content singing soulful bhajans and ghazals,serving his ultimate creator.

Nitesh ji has a researcher within him. Music not only gratifies him but also thousands of listeners who feel transformed through his voice. To this he adds that he has been observing the impact of music on people for the last half a decade at personal level but now he has seen its miraculous impact on other individuals. He has keenly observed that elderly people feel relaxed on listening to devotional music.

Kumar has got his inclination towards music as a legacy as his mother was into classical music and bhajans. He carried forward this legacy by

learning it professionally after his PG Diploma. He was fortunate enough to learn from renowned gharanas of India such as Gwalior Gharana of singing, Sham Chaurasi Gharana of Punjab and Indian devotional music under Sh Anoop Jalota ji in Mumbai. He is carrying forward the legacy of Bhajan Samrat Anup Jalota Jee’s music genres & the Bhajan Parampara.

“God has always been kind to me. I didn’t ask for much but he bestowed his blessings in numerous ways”, expounds this spiritual soul who now owns a music label named  ‘9 Frequencies Records’. His Hanuman Chaupai & other Spiritual chants & Bhajans got huge love from bhajan listeners and crossed millions views on Digital Media platforms.

During the Lockdown period of Covid Pandemic he did more than 150 Online Live concerts, an initiative to spread affirmative energy through music.

His fans across the borders eagerly wait for his upcoming events abroad. His bhajan concert Chinmaya Mission on Ram Navmi in South Africa was a great sensation. On the coming Janmashtami he is again going to enthrall his audience abroad.

Expressing his concern towards the present music industry, Nitesh ji elaborates that people have started showing their interest in Indian classical music even though it may seem the era of hip hop and pop music. Whenever he gets an opportunity to share stage with Bhajan Samrat, Anoop Jalota ji he feels it’s a lifetime gift to be able to perform along with his master.

Nitesh can be reached out @

Website :



Related Articles

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

Back to top button